Monday, April 29, 2013

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Giveaway: Lisa & Lulu Cerone Join Forces with Monster High to Inspire "Ghouls Helping Ghouls" Philanthro-Parties [CLOSED]

Thank you to Monster High for providing a very special Ghouls Helping Ghouls package to myself and one 3G2S reader to help inspire our favorite ghouls to turn their passion into action by giving back.  All opinions expressed are my own.

Since the age of 10, Lulu Cerone has been a mentor to young children after having raised over $4,000 for the earthquake victims in Haiti.  She did this by organizing a full-scale school-wide fundraiser, while being inspired and encouraged by her mother, Lisa Cerone, the entire way.  That's how the LemonAID Warriors and philanthro-parties were born.

Fast-forward 4 years, the now 14 year old Lulu has joined forces with the ever-popular Mattel brand Monster High to inspire tweens to participate in the Ghouls Helping Ghouls initiative and to enter to win a $1,000 Skullership for their favorite charity by throwing a philanthro-party!  Lulu even allowed herself to be transformed into the Monster High character Boo-Lu Cerone.  Watch the video below to learn more about Lulu, Ghouls Helping Ghouls, philanthro-parties, and the Ghouls Helping Ghouls Skullership . . .

More About the Ghouls Helping Ghouls Skullership contest . . . 
  • Monster High, starting April 15th through June 9, will give Philanthro-party hosts a chance to win a $1,000 cash donation to their cause of choice.
  • Fans are asked to submit a short description and photo around how they most represent the spirit of “Ghouls Helping Ghouls,” through Philanthro-parties.
To learn more about Ghouls Helping Ghouls, to find tips from Lulu on how to throw a successful Philanthro-party, and to enter to win the Ghouls Helping Ghouls Skullership contest, visit

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Good luck in the drawing!